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October 15th, 2004
With a new grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers at Stanford’s Center for Probing the Nanoscale hope to fund work that might produce exciting new technologies and also to reinvigorate waning student interest in the life sciences.
The National Science Foundation announced on Oct. 1 the awarding of a $7.5 million grant to fund the Center for Probing the Nanoscale, a partnership between the University and companies like IBM, where researches look for ways to shrink various manufacturing, computer and medical technologies and to develop nanoscale tools.
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